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The expertise reversal effect refers to how novices and experts learn. When novices are learning they don’t have a mental framework or schema about the subject. In other words they don’t understand how everything fits together and relates to each other, or how to critically think about the topic. Experts on the other hand do. […]Read more
There is a central paradox at the heart of expertise: experts consistently perform better than novices, whilst at the same time they engage in less thinking and energy than novices. A core question that has intrigued psychologists for years is how can less thinking and cognitive processing produce better performance? The standard understanding about this […]Read more
In issue 12 Volume 2 of the Oxford Review… Research briefings of the very latest research including: Why and how an empowering leadership style can go wrong Keywords: Empowering leadership, Leadership, Self-efficacy, Psychological ownership, Performance, Workplace deviance We tend to think that being an empowering leader is all good. An empowering leadership style has been […]Read more
In the month’s Oxford Review we have a whole edition full of useful research briefings: This month: Risk management Employee voice and organisational culture Happiness at work Measuring organisational alignment and performance Organisational socialisation tactics and HR Developing good transformational leaders Inclusive leadership Increasing entrepreneurship in organisations The impact of adopting agile methodologies Developing expertise […]Read more
Keywords: expertise, developing expertise, learning, learning and development The idea of having expertise in an area is an important one in organisations and yet we rarely give much thought to what this might mean. For example, does having expertise imply rational thought, are we talking about levels of intuition, or is more implicated in the […]Read more
Keywords: expertise, cognitive control, context updating, series processing, automatic control, Context Retrieval and Updating There is a central paradox at the heart of expertise: experts consistently perform better than novices, whilst at the same time they engage in less thinking and energy than novices. A core question that has intrigued psychologists for years is how can […]Read more
Keywords: expertise, influence, upward influence, power, relationships, relations, consultants, experts, outsider One of the problems with being a consultant or external/peripheral expert is that you have little power within the organisation to ensure that your recommendations and thinking are enacted. As organisations increasingly turn to hiring experts and consultants in order to solve an ever-increasing […]Read more